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Past and Present of DeKalb County, Illinois - Page 466
by Lewis M. Gross, H. W. Fay - 1907
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The Biographical Record of Knox County, Ohio: To which is Added an Elaborate ...

Knox County (Ohio) - 1902 - 597 pages
...twelve children, eight of whom reached mature years. Of this number George W. Shipley was the eleventh. No event of special importance occurred to vary the routine of farm life for our subject in his youth. He pursued his education in a log school-house, which was supplied with slab...
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A Biographical Record of Fairfield County, Ohio, Illustrated

Fairfield County (Ohio) - 1902 - 483 pages
...children : Isaac, George and Jacob, who are now deceased; Charles: Mary Ann; Henry; William and Sarah. No event of special importance occurred to vary the routine of farm life for Henry Boyer in his youth. The sun shone down on many a field which he plowed and planted, as he assisted...
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A Genealogical and Biographical History of Keokuk County, Iowa ...

Keokuk County (Iowa) - 1903 - 569 pages
...of six children born to his parents and was but twelve years of age when brought to Keokuk county. No event of special importance occurred to vary the routine of farm life for him in his early youth. He pursued his education in the district schools and in the months of summer worked in...
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Biographical and Genealogical History of Appanoose and Monroe Counties, Iowa

Appanoose County (Iowa) - 1903 - 623 pages
...age of eighty-one years; Grant, who died at the age of sixteen years ; and one that died in infancy. No event of special importance occurred to vary the routine of farm life for Samuel Floyd Chidester in his youth. He worked upon the farm and gained a practical experience of the...
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A Biographical and Genealogical History of Southeastern Nebraska, Volume 2

Nebraska - 1904
...in the One Hundred and Twenty-ninth Illinois Infantry. He died at Belle Plaine, Illinois, in 1882. No event of special importance occurred to vary the routine of farm life for James K. Perry in his youth. He was reared in his parents' home and at an early age began working in...
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PAST AND PRESENT OF MACOMB COUNTY, MICHIGAN

ROBERT F. ELDREDGE - 1905
...war and enlisted in 1862, but after fifteen months was honorably discharged on account of ill-health. No event of special importance occurred to vary the routine of farm life for Henry Halmich in his boyhood and youth. He attended the district schools and in the summer months worked...
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Past and present of Greene County, Illinois

Edward Miner - Greene County (Ill.) - 1905 - 645 pages
...county, where his death occurred several years later. His wife died in Illinois several years before. No event of special importance occurred to vary the routine of farm life for Manford E. Edmondson in his youth. He attended the common schools but is largely self-educated, learning...
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History of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, Volume 2

John Newton Boucher, John Woolf Jordan - Westmoreland County (Pa.) - 1906
...youngest member of the family. Edward Alvin Myers was born in Penn township, January 18, 1874, and no event of special importance occurred to vary the...routine of farm life for him in his boyhood days. After completing a common school course of study he entered the (íreensburg Seminary, and at seventeen...
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PAST AND PRESENT OF WASHTENAW COUNTY MICHIGAN

SAMUEL W. BREAKES - 1906
...Stabler, of Freedom ; and Pauline, who is acting as housekeeper for her brother Albert in Chelsea. No event of special importance occurred to vary the routine of farm life for Fred W. Schoen in his youth. He was reared upon the old family homestead and attended the district...
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A TWENTIETH CENTURY History and Biographical Record OF BRANCH COUNTY, MICHIGAN

REV. HENRY P. COLLIN, M. A. - 1906
...September 29, 18=54, an(i ne is a son ░f Joshua M. Bates, who is mentioned elsewhere in this volume. No event of special importance occurred to vary the routine of farm life for our subject in his youth, his attention being divided between the duties of the schoolroom, the pleasures...
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